New Sanctioning Fee for 2020

Malaysia Triathlon having received feedback from event organisers with regards to sanction fee and to encourage the development of triathlon and multi-sports, is pleased to announce the following revised sanction fees to take effect from 1 January 2020:

Sanction fee includes a site visit by the Technical Delegate subject to reimbursement of travelling costs calculated in accordance with para 4.2.4 (c) of the Malaysia Triathlon Sanction Policy (MTSP) and if the visit is to Zone 2, 3 or 4, one nights accommodation at a minimum 3 star hotel should be provided at the cost of the Event Organiser.

For ease of calculation, travelling costs of technical officials, events are now categorised in accordance with Zones as follows:

  • Zone 1 (Klang Valley including Putrajaya): RM30 per return trip (*per day of duty)
  • Zone 2 (Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Perak): RM140 per return trip,
  • Zone 3 (Kelantan, Trengganu, Penang, Johor, Kedah, Perlis): RM300 perreturn trip
  • Zone 4 (East Malaysia): as per cost of an economy flight ticket.

Please note that the revised sanction fee does not include the Technical Delegate and Assistant Technical Delegate fees and technical officials allowances and accommodations (where applicable), which are payable in accordance with para 4.2.4 of the MTSP.

We are in the process of amending the MTSP to reflect the changes in the sanction fee and travelling costs and we will upload the amended MTSP to our website soon. Please refer to the amended MTSP for further details.

Published by Shamsul Hamimi

Shamsul Hamimi is a lecturer at Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus and has more than 18 years of teaching experience from various universities in Multimedia and Design. He graduated from UiTM in Bachelor of Design (Graphic Design) and has a Masters of Corporate Communication from UPM. As an experienced self-taught Web designer, he is also an active triathlete. He's most passionate in the open water swimming. Shamsul’s training was in Graphic Design. His specialization is in interactive design, packaging design, and User Experience.

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